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특허 상세정보

Method and apparatus for controlled reaction in a reaction matrix

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) F23D-003/40   
미국특허분류(USC) 431/7 ; 431/170 ; 431/75 ; 431/80
출원번호 US-0726060 (1991-07-05)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 66  인용 특허 : 0
초록

Method and apparatus are provided for establishing and controlling the stability and movement of a reaction wave of reacting gases in a matrix of solid heat-resistant matter. At least a portion of the bed is initially preheated above the autoignition temperature of the mixture whereby the mixture reacts upon being introduced into the matrix thereby initiating a self-sustaining reaction wave, after which, the pre-heating can be terminated. The stability and movement of the wave within the matrix is maintained by monitoring the temperatures along the flowp...

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A method for establishing and controlling the stability and movement of a reaction wave of reacting gases and/or vapors, comprising the steps of (a) directing a mixture of said gases and/or vapors with air and/or oxygen into a matrix of solid heat-resistant matter, at least a portion of said matrix initially being above the autoignition temperature of said mixture whereby said mixture ignites in said matrix to initiate said reaction; (b) maintaining a stable reaction wave of the reacting mixture by monitoring the temperatures along the flowpath of said m...

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